Tuesday, 06 February 2007

RUSSIA-GEORGIA TALKS ON AIR SERVICE RESUMPTION CONTINUING

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Talks on the signing of a protocol on the resumption of the air service between Russia and Georgia are continuing. The protocol signing has been postponed to Tuesday evening. The press service of the Russian Transport Ministry reported, “Talks on the signing of a protocol on the resumption of air communication between Russia and Georgia have dragged on, the sides have postponed the decision on the protocol signing to the second half of the day.
Talks on the signing of a protocol on the resumption of the air service between Russia and Georgia are continuing. The protocol signing has been postponed to Tuesday evening. The press service of the Russian Transport Ministry reported, “Talks on the signing of a protocol on the resumption of air communication between Russia and Georgia have dragged on, the sides have postponed the decision on the protocol signing to the second half of the day.” On Monday, the two countries’ delegations discussed the key problem - the issue of the settlement of the aero navigation service debt by the Georgian side. Georgia’s aero navigation debt to Russia is 3.738 million roubles. (Itar-Tass)
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